Diffusing and communicating the postdocs’ research was important to the success of this project. The goal was to promote the results within the research and innovation community and with internal and external stakeholders in order to maximize the impact of the BeIPD project and the resulting research. This was achieved by publishing the calls and related documents on visible and public platforms and making publications, flyers, presentations, videos and events accessible to all.

Below are some examples:


Local Media

International Coverage

The best ambassadors for the project were the post-doc themselves. In their own unique way, they each communicated, presented and promoted their research through the vehicles as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.

The coordinator, project manager and colleagues were frequently called upon to share best practices and speak about the project in informal settings. However several formal invitations were extended:


  • ULiège booth at the MSCAA Alumni Annual Conference in Leuven, held by Raphaela Delahaye and six BeIPD fellows part of the presentation team (March 2018).
  • MSCA & BeIPD Cofund booth at the European Researchers Night in Liege, held by Ophélie Ladrière, Raphaela Delahaye and Cofund fellows (2016, 2017, 2018). figure booth

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